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Left-wing social justice warriors rewriting history

It is important that we understand history as it was, and not how some of us wish it would be

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CRTC scales back its Internet ambitions for remote areas

The commission has released the eligibility criteria for accessing $750 million to expand Internet service to remote areas

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Restricting Toronto mayoral debaters is wrong

Fair and equitable election coverage is necessary to maintain broadcast licences, not to mention Canadian democracy

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Why a Canadian basic income is inevitable

The need for income security among middle-class Canadians is accelerating as the labour market changes

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Make room for religious diversity in the workplace

Banning Quebec frontline civil servants from wearing religious symbols would show obstinate and dangerous secularism

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Coping with the uber angst of the modern world

Nothing in modern history has felt as tribal and reckless as what’s unfolding now

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The first option isn’t necessarily the best one

This amazing toddler was fortunate to have parents who spoke up for his human rights

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Fix Ontario’s disastrous power strategy

By subsidizing wind and solar power, the government put its green agenda ahead of Ontarians

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The cash cows of USMCA: how Canada’s dairy industry can survive

A clear vision and strategy for dairy’s future is imperative, with a forward-looking focus on domestic and foreign markets

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New trade deal increases American sway over Canada

The purpose of the USMCA is to first promote the economic and trade interests of the U.S. within North America

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